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we do not accept the idea that we "deserve" to prosper, then
even when abundance falls in our laps, we will refuse it somehow.
Look at this example: A student in one of my classes was working
to increase his prosperity. He came to class one night so excited,
for he had just won $500. He kept saying, "I don't believe
it! I never win anything." We knew it was a reflection
of his changing consciousness. He still felt he did not really
deserve it. Next week he could not come to class, as he had broken
his leg. The doctor bills came to $500. ... He had been
frightened to "move forward" in a new "prosperous
direction" and felt undeserving, so he punished himself in this
way. ... Whatever we concentrate on increases, so don't concentrate on
your bills. If you concentrate on lack and debt, then you will
create more lack and debt. ... There is an inexhaustible supply in the
Universe. Begin to be aware of it. ... Our own belief in lack and
limitation is the only thing that is limiting us. (What belief is
limiting you?) ... Do you want to have money only to help others?
Then you are saying you are worthless. ... The first time I heard
the concept, "The abundance of the Universe is available to
everyone," I thought it was ridiculous. ... "Look at all
the poor people," I said to myself. "Look at my own
seemingly hopeless poverty." To hear, "Your poverty is
only a belief in your consciousness" only made me angry. It
took me many years to realize and accept that I was the only person
responsible for my lack of prosperity. It was my belief that I was
"unworthy," and "not deserving," that "money is
difficult to come by," and that "I do not have talents and
abilities," that kept me stuck in a mental system of "not
Louise Hay, You Can Heal Your Life|
chose these words from the wonderful Louise Hay's book, "You Can
Heal Your Life" because although I have read and re-read parts of
this book several times, I am always struck by the thought that so many
of us have had the same experiences with prosperity. Most of us
have had times in our lives when money seemed so elusive to us.
Times when we wondered how we would ever have enough to even purchase
the bare necessities that we required.
Too often we read books or listen to
teachers that inspire us to be prosperous, to have plenty of money and
all things good, and we feel confident and assured that our days of lack
and limitation are over. But ... the lack remains and prosperity
continues to be just out of our reach. Just as the student in
Louise Hay's class demonstrated $500 and almost immediately it was gone,
we too have experienced similar ups and downs with our money. I am
reminded of a time in my early years of studying prosperity principles
reading from a book by Dr. Joseph Murphy in which he stated that "poverty
is a mental dis-ease" ... I was so angry and in such denial
that I was responsible for my financial struggle that I threw the book
across the room ... in other words, I took his words personally.
Yet, as I sat in the stillness of my mind I knew that he was right and
that I had to find "my way" to heal my consciousness once and
for all of poverty, lack and undeserving-ness. This is something
we all must seek and we must do it with diligence and consistency.
As the Master Mind Jesus affirmed, "seek and
you shall find."
We all can see the abundance that is so clearly
evident in the Universe in which we live. We see the infinite
number of leaves on the trees, grains of sand on the beach, the ripened
fruit that falls to the ground only to be replaced in the next season by
new fruit. Intellectually, we accept this as fact and as truth.
But, we don't demonstrate prosperity through our intellect alone.
As Louise Hay writes, "it took me many years
to realize and accept that I was the only person responsible for my lack
of prosperity" ... and I can add, "I
am the only person responsible for my tremendous prosperity."
Poverty and prosperity are two sides of the same coin. Which
side are we giving our attention to (?) is the million dollar question.
In order to develop a consciousness of
prosperity we must understand the nature of the spiritual Law that
governs this aspect of our conscious awareness. The Law is the
simple statement of Truth that the Master Mind Jesus gave us:
"It is done unto you as you believe" ...
in other words, G-d responds to us by
corresponding to that which we believe to be true for us and about us.
And it does not matter in the least whether we are a saint or a sinner
the Law works for everyone in the same universal, precise way ... just
as the physical laws of gravity and mathematics do. What we must
understand is the word "correspondence"
(Cause) ... for it is by correspondence that we have experienced that
which we have experienced ... and will always experience.
One of the best teachers of
"correspondence" is the late W. Frederic Keeler. Keeler
tells us that our lack and poverty have to do with these thoughts and
the feelings that follow them: "Desperation;
"always abused"; quarrel with self; confusion; "hopeless
struggle"; doubt; non-acceptance; disorder; inharmony." If
we have these feelings; desperation, always abused, etc. then this is
what we are believing ... if we feel it, we believe it. It is a
blessing that Mr. Keeler guides us to the solution or treatment: "Peace
regarding the need; faith in the universe; abundance; G-d the source; a
positive choosing a definite thing asked for; gratitude; acceptance;
Louise Hay writes, "It
is essential that we stop worrying about money and stop resenting our
bills. Many people treat bills as punishments to be avoided if
possible. A bill is an acknowledgement of our ability to pay.
The creditor assumes you are affluent enough and gives you the service
or the product first. I bless with love and stamp with a small
kiss (?) on each and every bill that comes into my home. I bless
with love and stamp a small kiss (?) on each and every check I write.
If you pay with resentment, money has a hard time coming back to you.
If you pay with love and joy, you open the free-flowing channel of
abundance. Treat your money as a friend, not as something you wad
up and crush into your pocket." And this is the way
Louise Hay has found for her to receive the prosperity that she enjoys.
It is important that we get past our feelings
of unworthiness and non-acceptance based on the world's idea of who we
are. As Louise Hay writes "these ideas
are for everyone" and she gives us this example: "The
man was a hooker and wanted to increase his business, so he came to me
for a prosperity session. He felt he was good at his profession
and wanted to make $100,000 a year. I gave him the same ideas I am
giving you, and soon he had money to put into Chinese porcelains.
He spent so much time at home, he wanted to enjoy the beauty of his
Let's take another look at W. Frederic Keeler's
"correspondences" ... is there an identification with any of
these? ... "Desperation; "always
abused"; quarrel with self; confusion; "hopeless
struggle"; doubt; non-acceptance; disorder; inharmony." If
we identify with any of these the most important thing that we do is
that we DO NOT beat ourselves up about it and even more important DO NOT
allow ourselves to think that these thoughts are punishments or that we
have no control over them. We take control by finding "our
way" to prosperity and ease in our experiences of life.
Everyone must do this for themselves for our "decision" and
"commitment" to seek and find, will result in us drawing to us
all those who are necessary to assist us in achieving the results that
we expect for ourselves.
And finally, even Louise Hay directs us to the
teachings of the prosperity teacher extraordinaire, Reverend Ike.
She writes: "Begin to recognize
prosperity everywhere, and rejoice in it. Reverend Ike, the
well-known evangelist from New York City, remembered that as a poor
preacher he used to walk by good restaurants and homes and automobiles
and clothing establishments and say our loud, "That's for me,
that's for me." Allow fancy homes and banks and fine stores
and showrooms of all sorts - and yachts - to give you pleasure.
Recognize that all this is part of YOUR abundance, and you are
increasing your consciousness to partake of these things if you desire.
If you see well-dressed people, think, "Isn't it wonderful that
they have so much abundance? There is plenty for all of us."
Affirm this daily and often: "I deserve the best and I accept the
SO IT IS!
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